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Chittorgarh Travel Guide

Chittorgarh, the administrative headquarters of Chittorgarh District in Rajasthan, is an old historical city as an avatar of Rajput custom blended with romance and courage. Fabulous background of the city distinguishes that it was constructed by the Pandava warrior Bhima. Chittorgarh is famous world wide for its dauntless history.

The fabled gallantry account of the beautiful princess Padmini was linked with the history of Chittorgarh. Popular folk narratives claims that the Sultan Ala-uddin Khilji was appealed towards Chittorgarh only because of the fame of Rani Padmini, the beauty beyond any doubt and made the sultan to finally conquer over Rajputs in Chittorgarh. It is considered that discovering the news of falling of the Kingdom, Padmini headed all the women to a huge pyre, performing Sathi. Chittorgarh has in its history this magnificent story beauty, love, grace and bravery. The consequential great past of Chittorgarh is well clear in the destroyed castles, impressive forts and brilliant royal buildings. The holidaymakers attracted towards this elegant city due to its redoubtable past as well, apart from the present niceties.

The entrance of the Chittorgarh is extremely attractive along with seven huge entries, namely Bhairon Pol, Lakshman Pol, Padan Pol, Hanuman Pol, Jorla Pol, Ganesh Pol and the principal imperial gate known as Ram Pol. Major attractions in Chittorgarh include the astonishing Chittorgarh fort, Kithi Stamb, Victory Tower or Vijay Stambh, Rani Padmini’s Palace, Rana Kumbha’s Palace and numerous beautiful inflicting temples of great past. Chittorgarh endures many nice wild life sanctuaries in its summit attracting wild life lovers and nature lovers.


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